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Carrick on money: Is the economy killing love and marriage? Add to ...

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Killed by the economy: Love and marriage

The weak economic conditions we’ve seen for a while now are starting to be felt in subtle ways that just coming to light. For example, here’s an article on how young Americans are postponing marriage and having kids. And here’s a column I wrote on the rising level of stress people are feeling about their finances.

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